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Success By Design: The First Five Steps to Launching a Successful Business

April 7 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Do you have an idea that you have been thinking about? Have you ever thought about creating and launching a product? It can be both exciting and a bit scary to think about it.

Sometimes, it feels like such a great idea. Then, it seems like a miracle that a product ever makes it to market, it just takes so long. Other times, it seems like a great idea was launched quickly only to fail. And then there are always those who say you have to have a product before you talk to anyone!

Entrepreneurs like you want to succeed. That is clear! But how can you work lean, quickly, and launch in a short period of time? After all, you don’t have a lot of money, no one does in the beginning.

Please join Susan Cornelius, UNM I-Corps Mentor and UNM-Valencia Mentor, as she energetically takes you through 60 minutes of the five first most important steps to creating a successful launch of products to market.

Join us on Zoom with a friend, a family member, or your actual team. This is a highly interactive workshop and although we will be talking via ZOOM and will not be in the classroom together, that is not an impediment to our success. Plan to interact!

Note: This virtual seminar can be attended by clicking on the following Zoom link a the designated meeting time:https://zoom.us/j/486996160

 New Mexico Rainforest University Center Spring Seminar Series

STC.UNM and the Innovation Academy are hosting their spring 2020 University Center Seminar series. The New Mexico Rainforest University Center provides entrepreneurial training and technical assistance at the University of New Mexico main and branch campuses. The seminars are free and open to the UNM community and the public via in person or web access, but registration is required. A certificate program in entrepreneurial capabilities is available to UNM students and community members thru UNM’s Innovation Academy. If interested in the certificate program as part of the seminar series, please contact Cecilia Pacheco at cpacheco@stc.unm.edu.

About Susan:

Susan Cornelius is the Principal of Accelerate2Solutions, an innovative, small, high tech company focused on creating successful, lean start-ups. Susan has coached more than 71 companies, and created seven start-up companies, ranging from $500M to $150,000, helping them emerge as successful high tech, and life and health sciences companies. Susan brings 30 years of experience in start-ups, mergers, acquisitions, and successful, entrepreneurship in healthcare, research, enterprise software service solutions, medical devices, national defense, and high tech sensing devices for homeland security.

Susan is the site mentor for UNM-Valencia. She is available as an interface for any questions and to serve as a connection point for resources related to your entrepreneurial endeavors or training.

About the New Mexico Rainforest University Center

The University Center program is funded by the U.S. Economic Development Administration to provide entrepreneurial training and technical assistance to individuals or small businesses who are looking to start or grow their idea. The platform for the training will be e-commerce, designed to assist any business with its digital presence. The New Mexico Rainforest University Center provides entrepreneurial training and technical assistance at the University of New Mexico main and branch campuses. The seminars are free and open to the UNM community and the public via in person or web access, but registration is required. A certificate program in entrepreneurial capabilities is available to UNM students and community members thru UNM’s Innovation Academy. If interested in the certificate program as part of the seminar series, please contact Cecilia Pacheco at cpacheco@stc.unm.edu.

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Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://fivestepstosuccessbydesign.eventbrite.com

Organizer

STC.UNM
Phone:
505-272-7900
Email:
info@stc.unm.edu
Website:
https://stc.unm.edu/

Venue

Online via Zoom